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To be honest, it would be nice if ZigBee 801.15.4, 900MHz mesh would become the standard. Having a disparate RF network in a non-traffic area would be awesome. Additionally, the 900MHz can transmit much further with less need of a LOS. It was the ISM frequency... — sjm mycloudbusters.com on Jan 21
I am surprised there is no mention of the REALLY big Apple news at CES this year!  Sony, LG, Samsung and Vizio have all announced AirPlay 2 support and iTunes support in their respective Smart TV platforms.  Essentially making Apple TV unneeded and... — John Nemesh on Jan 21
Obviously right, Tink, but you can’t ignore the “truly uninformed” consumer, as they represent 97.2% of the population when it comes to smart home. — Julie Jacobson on Jan 21
Complaining about hubs seems to hit the media every year like clockwork.  The synthetic objections bothered me enough that over a year ago I wrote a blog post about it.  I hope it is ok to share it here:... — SpivR on Jan 20
Truly, only the uninformed consumer is asking for WiFi and no hubs. The media keeps reporting that people do not want hubs, but after doing shows like CES for 20 years, I am definitely not hearing the same thing as the media because I am hearing from people... — Tink on Jan 20
Thanks for your insights, Robin and Spivr. I see opportunities like this: Here’s a $50 Google mini and a couple of $35 GE LIghting “sleep lights.” Try them out as a poor man’s circadian lighting system. If you like the results,... — Julie Jacobson on Jan 18
Coming from the IT world many years ago, my guru/hero has always been Regis McKenna. I was fortunate enough to meet him and hear him speak back in the day regarding his stance on technical standards. It resonated with me when he said that a standard is not a... — Robin Ford on Jan 18

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